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You don't have to leave your corporate job to quit burnout

Leaving the corporate world doesn’t automatically mean the romanticized idea of fruity drinks on the beach
You don't have to leave your corporate job to quit burnout
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How I Quit Burnout issue #1 (Get it in your inbox next Tuesday)

My story

When I was at the height of my burnout in 2016/17, I kept hearing people on podcasts and Twitter talking about this life where they quit their jobs, work a handful of hours a week, and sip drinks on the beach. They were saying that the action of leaving their corporate job alone unlocked the good life. This got me to a headspace where I felt the only possible way to kiss burnout goodbye was to plan an exit from the corporate world.